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Does your Miniature Poodle bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
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HHRedCanonCanine
Member Since: September 2013
Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado
I have Miniature Poodle puppies for sale! See My Profile
We believe in providing quality companions. Our primary focus is on health and temperment. for that reason all our parents have gone through genetic health testing. Each breed has different issues that we test for. Ask us and we will be glad to discuss this with you. We have AKC English cocker spaniels. We have some with championship bloodlines ( spindrift). We have done optigen health testing on our parents to provide only the healthiest puppies to our new families! We are a household that loves and embraces diversity (for sure) ! We have a Passion for miniature poodles. Our girls are still a bit young to be bred. They have had their genetic health testing done and come from CH. bloodlines. We do not show our four-legged family members~ simply because we do not wish to become involved in the politics and drama of that world. However we do attend local shows to avoid becoming " love -blind" of our chosen breeds! If we dont have the perfect pup for you listed now we do have waiting lists for upcoming litters. These wonderful events are best planned for! We have puppy applications on our website hhcanines.com and prefer our families fill one out so that we can get to know you better. We do have young adults available that need homes. These come neutered or spayed.

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Anonymous asked:
At what age can a Miniature Poodle puppy be separated from his mom?

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30-45 days old

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Although most puppies are weaned enough that they can get by without Mom's milk at 6 weeks, it is much better to wait until at least 8 weeks before sending them off to their new homes.

Puppies that leave their mother too soon are at greater risk of separation anxiety (when the owner leaves the dog barks or howls, or has "accidents" in the house, or chews up the owner's possessions out of anxiety). Poodles are also quick learners, and if Mom is a well-behaved dog, waiting until at least eight weeks old to allow the puppy to learn from Mom as long as he/she would be in your best interest. Mom will teach her pup how to be submissive and how to behave with other dogs. Puppies who spend more time with Mom are less likely to be dog-aggressive later on. There are many, many benefits to waiting for an older puppy, especially from a good breeder that will also begin house training. In the long run, waiting a few extra weeks will both benefit you and your new Miniature Poodle pup!

Anonymous asked:
I have two puppies that were sold to me. I was wondering what type of breed they are. I was told they were Miniature Poodles but took them to the vet and I forgot to ask. They had told me they were Maltese/Miniature Poodles. How would I know, or how could I tell what breed they really are?

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The only way to know if your dog is a pure-bred or what breeds make up your dog is to have your dog DNA tested. You can buy them online or at your vet for an average cost of $45.00 - $85.00.

Anonymous asked:
My Miniature Poodle is pregnant by my Toy Poodle and it's her first time getting pregnant. It's also my first time experiencing this. I'm scared and excited. Today she is 53 days pregnant, can someone please give me some tips on what I should do to get ready for our big day?

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Unless you are under the study of a reputable and experienced breeder, you should NOT be birthing the Miniature Poodle puppies by yourself. You NEED someone experienced there, such as a breeder or vet. Please have your dog C-sectioned if you can not have a vet present throughout the birth. Birthing puppies is very dangerous and you are risking the lives of those puppies and your dam if you do not do everything right. At Day 55 - 57, you need to do an X-ray with your vet!

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My Miniature Poodle is a rescued dog of 2 1/2-3 years according to the shelter. She is a great dog, however, I am concerned that she is not energetic. We have had her for about 10 weeks. We walk her twice a day for about 30 minutes. She eats well but, otherwise she mostly sleeps. She refuses to fetch or be engaged for play. But, does enjoy affection. Should I be concerned?

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Your vet is the only one that can help you in this situation.

Anonymous asked:
How to stop a Miniature Poodle from licking his foot (I understand it is his pacifier)?

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Did you ever get a reply? My dog does the same thing and it drives me nuts. However, I've never heard it was their "pacifier". If that is true, then I will just tolerate it. I guess, I kinda have to since she's 10 years old and has done it all her life. It just sometimes makes me wonder if there is something wrong. By the way, if you like, you may e-mail me directly at:

valerie_schmidt78340@yahoo.com

All I know is when the day comes that she passes away, it will be a very sad time in my life probably for months if not a year or more.

Anonymous

Just love him and enjoy him. All dogs do things different. I had a Schnauzer for 11 years and we had to let him go. And we have the funny memories with him and the scary ones. Just love and care for him. Good luck on your dog. He knows who you are and he loves you as much as you love him

Anonymous

SOMETIMES this is, indeed, a "stress reliever", but far more often, foot licking is an indication of allergies. If your Miniature Poodle also sufferes chronic ear irritation or itching, odds are, he/she has allergies.
Allergies are extremely difficult to treat as testing to pinpoint specific ones is expensive. It would likely be easiest to start with the assumption that your dog has a food allergy. Chicken, Beef and grain glutens are the most common.
Try eliminating these, one at a time, from your dog's diet. Be patient, it may take weeks/months for you to notice any difference, but be vigilant. No treats etc. containing whichever product you are eliminating from the diet.
If the problem IS stress related, try to offer your dog a variety of chew toys. Many dogs chew as a "stress reliever" but may become bored with the same old chew toy.
Hope this is helpful.

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